Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Stars’n’Bars launches reusable takeaway cups

Stars’n’Bars will no longer serve takeaway coffee in disposable paper cups. According to the restaurant’s co-founders Didier Rubiolo and Kate Powers, “If we all...

Monaco plans to catch up on e-services

Monaco has what it takes to succeed in terms of resources and funding, it is a tool that will further increase the country's prosperity.

Energy Transition website now online

The Prince's Government continues to make available the information necessary for the transition to greener energy in the Principality. While work continues on the Energy...

Stars’n’Bars celebrate Energy Award with the last straw

Stars'n'Bars learned this week that it has received the Energy Globe Award 2017 for its Monacology public eco-awareness project and for developing “a specific ethos around environmentally...

Organic festival this weekend in port

The Route of Goût is the annual organic foodie event celebrating popular gastronomy, biology, ecology, health, youth and sports for a charitable purpose over...

SMEG signs Energy Transition Pact

Thomas Battaglione, Managing Director of SMEG, along with all the members of the management committee, has co-signed the National Pact on Energy Transition. “SMEG is...

Marie-Pierre Gramaglia visits parcels sorting centre

Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Infrastructure, Environment and Urban Planning, visited the parcel processing facilities of La Poste.

A fun family weekend to celebrate Mobility Week

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4vbHagI-tY European Mobility Week is celebrated in the Principality every year from September 16 to 22. Across the week, numerous activities will encourage the public to...